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This is a much quieter temple,built in a square shape with several corridors and door frames,there are many towers built of brick not all of them in the best condition several are crumbling,the three on the top layer are the most impressive,there are also many...More
Visited here during my brief stay in Siem Reap along with other larger temples etc. This was recommended as being the place to see the sunset by my guide. We accordingly made the visit and had a very nice look around the small (by comparison)...More
Well known for sunsetting and the one with less tourist crowd.
Visit around 4pm and it did impressed us with the red bricks.
Do sit down, review and enjoy the woods around the temple and the burning towers for the dead body over 10th century.
The temple is free on your one day ticket in same day of purchase, and I recommend to visit here during sunset on same of purchase of ticket, be sure you going to buy ticket on4:45 of the day or after it till 5( ticket...More
The Pre Rup is said to be the state temple of Kind Rajendravarman; a mountain temple built in 961 located South of the large East baray and the East Mebon.The architectural style is very similar to that of the earlier East Mebon, the major difference...More
The temple has a square layout and was built from brick and sandstone. You can walk along the corridors with plenty of frames as in many temples. These temples are quieter and with less tourists, the time of you visit will depend on how much...More